Lecture Report for September 25, 2016

Dear Parents,

We remind you that this Sunday (October 2, 2016) there will be no classes in Serbian school and that the Liturgy will be served in Madison Square Park.

We would also like to inform you that, in the future, at the request of parents, the middle group will have classes in the large hall, and the preschool group and adults have their classes in the back classroom.  The First Graders will remain in the front classroom.

In order for children to be able to work effectively, we remind all parents to print the necessary class material and to ensure that children come to school ready with a pencil, an eraser, a notebook, books and crayons.  The books for school children exist only in an electronic format and cannot be purchased.  We have ordered books for preschool children, they should arrive before the next class.

The First Class

The children were introduced to Father Živojin and Father Vladislav, and they learned how to greet them.  The children also learned the melody of the song “Sveti Sava Srbe voli.”  In the Serbian Language class, the children learned the Cyrillic letters A, C, and B, and the middle group read the story “Sveti Sava father and mother with a small child” and practiced writing.  Students also begun to familiarize themselves with the map of Serbia.

Homework Assignments for the Next Class

For all Children:  Learn the first and the second verse and chorus of the song “Sveti Sava Srbe voli”.  Click here for the text of the song, which includes the sheet music for children who can read it.  The melody of the song can be found here.

For the younger school group:  Do the exercises on pages 14, 15, 30 and 34 in the book “Bukvar i abecedar”, and the letters A, C, and B in the book for practicing writing that we distributed to students in class.

For middle school group:  Transcribe, preferably written in cursive, the story “Sveti Sava father and mother with small child” (“Bukvar”, page 190).

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